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Katie Libby outruns field at Cherry Tree half-marathon

May 21, 2011

PAWTUCKET — Katie Libby considers herself more a soccer player than a runner. After all, that was her primary sport during her teenage years at Cumberland High and as a collegiate athlete at Nyack College in New York City.
But whenever the 30-year-old Cumberland native steps on the starting line of a race, as she did on Saturday at the Cherry Tree Running Festival’s half-marathon event, there’s no denying that she is a runner.
“I just get competitive when I am out there,” Libby said. “I see people in front of me and I just want to pick them off.”

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